Peugeot 2008 (2016 year). Instruction - part 23

 

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Select "Radio".

Select "On" or "Off" to switch RDS 
on or off.

Select "On" or "Off" to switch 
on or off the reception of traffic 
announcements.

Select "Traffic TA".

Receiving TA messages

The TA (Traffic Announcement) 
function gives priority to TA alert 
messages. To operate, this function 
needs good reception of a radio station 
transmitting this type of message. 
When a traffic report is transmitted, the 
current audio source (Radio, CD, ...) 
is interrupted automatically to play the 
TA message. Normal playback of the 
audio source resumes at the end of the 
transmission of the message.

Press MENU.

Confirm with OK.

Confirm with OK.

Confirm with OK.

Confirm with OK.

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Press the SRC/BAND button 
repeatedly to select "CD".

Press one of these buttons to select 
a track in the list.

Press and hold one of these buttons 
for fast forward or back.

Auxiliary socket (AUX)

Connect the portable device (MP3 player...) to 
the auxiliary Jack socket using an audio cable 
(not supplied).

Press the SRC/BAND button 
repeatedly and select "AUX".

First adjust the volume on your portable device 
(to a high level). The adjust the volume on your 
audio system. Control is from the portable 
device.

CD player

Insert a CD into the player, play starts 
automatically.
Insert an MP3 compilation in the CD player.
The audio system searches for audio tracks, 
which can take from a few to several dozen 
seconds before play starts.

Press one of these buttons to select 
the previous or next folder according 
to the category chosen.

Display RADIO TEXT

Radio Text is information transmitted 
by the radio station on the station or on 
the song being played.

Select "Radio".

Select "On" or "Off" to switch radio 
text on or off.

Select "INFO TEXT".

Press MENU.

Confirm with OK.

Confirm with OK.

Confirm with OK.

Media

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The play modes available are:

Normal: the tracks are played 
in order, depending on the 
classification of the selected files.

Random: the tracks in an album 
or folder are played in a random 
order.

Random all: all of the tracks saved 
in the media ar played in random 
order.

Repeat: the tracks played are only 
those from the current album or 
folder.

Select "Media".

Select the desired play mode.

Press MENU.

Confirm with OK.

Confirm with OK to save the 
changes.

Select a line in the list.

Jump a page.

Select a folder / Playlist.

Press LIST to display the folder 
structure for the compilation.

Playing a compilation

Confirm with "OK".

Start play of the chosen track.

Go up one level.

Go back to the first level to select the track 
classification:
- By 

Folders: all folders containing audio 

files recognised on the peripheral device, 
in alphabetical order, ignoring the folder 
structure.

- By 

Playlist: depending on the playlists 

saved.

Play mode

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The audio system can only play files with 
".mp3", ".wma" or ".wav" extensions.

It is advisable to restrict file names to 
20 characters without using special characters 
(e.g. " ? ; ù) to avoid any playing or displaying 
problems.

In order to be able to play a recorded CDR or 
CDRW, when recording it is preferable to select 
standards ISO 9660 level 1.2 or Joliet.
If the disc is recorded in another format, it may 
not be played correctly.
It is recommended that the same recording 
standard is always used for a given disc, with 
as low a speed as possible (4x maximum) for 
optimum sound quality.
In the particular case of a multi-session CD, the 
Joliet standard is recommended.

Information and advice

On a given disc, the CD player can read up to 
255 MP3 files spread over 8 levels. However, 
it is advisable to keep to a limit of two levels 
to reduce the access time before the CD is 
played.
The folder structure is not observed during 
playback.

Playlists accepted are types .m3u and .pls.
The system can recognise up to 5 000 files in 
500 folders on 8 levels.

Press ¯ to display the audio settings 
menu.

Select the settings to adjust.

The settings available are:
- AMBIANCE,
- BASS,
- TREBLE,
- LOUDNESS,

BALANCE (L/R),

AUTO VOLUME.

The AMBIANCE, TREBLE and 
BASS settings are different and 
independent for each sound source.

Audio settings

Confirm with OK.

Adjust the setting.

Confirm with OK.

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Screen menu map(s)

3

3

3

3

Normal

Random all

Random

Repeat

Radio

Displaying

Unit

Language

RDS

Media

Play

TEXT INFO

Traffic

SCROLLING

Celsius

Fahrenheit

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

1

2

2

MENU

TEXT INFO

2

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Frequently asked questions

The following tables contain answers to the most frequently asked questions.

QUESTION

ANSWER

SOLUTION

There is a difference in 
sound quality between the 
different audio sources 
(radio, CD...).

For optimum sound quality, the audio settings (Volume, Bass, 
Treble, Ambiance, Loudness) can be adapted to the different sound 
sources, which may result in audible differences when changing 
source (radio, CD...).

Check that the audio settings (Volume, Bass, 
Treble, Ambiance, Loudness) are adapted to 
the sources listened to. It is advisable to set 
the AUDIO functions (Bass, Treble, Front-Rear 
Fader, Left-Right Balance) to the middle position, 
select the musical ambience "None" and set the 
loudness correction to the "Active" position in CD 
mode or to the "Inactive" position in radio mode.

When changing the 
settings for treble and 
bass, the ambiance setting 
is deselected.
When changing the 
ambiance setting, treble 
and bass are reset to zero.

Choosing an ambiance imposes settings for treble and bass. 
Modifying one without the other is not possible.

Modify the treble and bass settings or the 
ambiance setting to obtain the desired sound 
quality.

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QUESTION

ANSWER

SOLUTION

The quality of reception of 
the radio station listened 
to gradually deteriorates 
or the stored stations do 
not function (no sound, 
87.5 MHz is displayed...).

The vehicle is too far from the transmitter used by the station 
listened to or there is no transmitter in the geographical area 
through which the vehicle is travelling.

Switch on the RDS function to enable the system 
to check whether there is a more powerful 
transmitter in the geographical area.

The environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks...) 
block reception, including in RDS mode.

This phenomenon is normal and does not 
indicate a failure of the audio equipment.

The aerial is absent or has been damaged (for example when going 
through a car wash or into an underground car park).

Have the aerial checked by a PEUGEOT dealer.

Sound cut-outs of 1 to 
2 seconds in radio mode.

During this brief sound cut-out, the RDS searches for any frequency 
permitting better reception of the station.

Switch off the RDS function if the phenomenon is 
too frequent and always on the same route.

The traffic announcement 
(TA) is displayed. I do 
not receive any traffic 
information.

The radio station does not broadcast traffic information.

Tune to a radio station which broadcasts traffic 
information.

The stored stations are not 
found (no sound, 87.5 MHz 
is displayed...).

An incorrect waveband is selected.

Press the SRC button to return to the waveband 
(AM, FM1, FM2) on which the stations are stored.

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QUESTION

ANSWER

SOLUTION

The CD is ejected 
automatically or is not 
played by the player.

The CD is inserted upside down, is unplayable, does not contain 
any audio data or contains an audio format which the player cannot 
play.
The CD is protected by an anti-pirating protection system which is 
not recognised by the audio equipment.

Check that the CD is inserted in the player 
the right way up.

Check the condition of the CD: the CD 
cannot be played if it is too damaged.

Check the content in the case of a recorded 
CD: consult the advice in the "Audio" section.

The audio system's CD player does not play 
DVDs.

Due to their quality level, certain writeable 
CDs will not be played by the audio system.

The CD player sound is 
poor.

The CD used is scratched or of poor quality.

Insert good quality CDs and store them in 
suitable conditions.

The audio settings (bass, treble, ambiance) are unsuitable.

Set the treble or bass level to 0, without selecting 
an ambiance.

In "Random all" play, not 
all of the tracks are played.

In "Random all" play, the system can only take into account up to 
999 tracks.

With the engine off, the 
audio system switches off 
after a few minutes of use.

When the engine is switched off, the audio system operating time 
depends on the battery charge.
The switch-off is normal: the audio system switches to economy 
mode and switches off to prevent discharging the vehicle's battery.

Start the vehicle's engine to increase the battery 
charge.

The message "the audio 
system is overheated" 
appears on the display.

In order to protect the installation if the surrounding temperature 
is too high, the audio system switches to an automatic thermal 
protection mode leading to a reduction of the volume or stopping of 
the playing of the CD.

Switch the audio system off for a few minutes to 
allow the system to cool.

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Accessories ..........................................134, 231
Active City Brake ...........................................145
AdBlue

®

 ...........................................

24, 175, 180

Adjusting headlamps .................................... 124
Adjusting head restraints ................................

57

Adjusting seats ................................................56
Adjusting the air distribution .....................66, 69
Adjusting the air flow .................................65, 69
Adjusting the date ...........................................42
Adjusting the height and  

reach of the steering wheel ..........................59

Adjusting the seat  

belt height ...................................................149

Adjusting the temperature ........................65, 68
Adjusting the time ...........................................42
Advice on care and  

maintenance ...............................................230

Advice on driving ....................................

79, 224

Airbags ....................................................

27, 152

Airbags, curtain .....................................154, 155
Airbags, front.........................................152, 155
Airbags, lateral ......................................154, 155
Air conditioning ............................................... 12
Air conditioning, digital .............................

67, 70

Air conditioning, manual ...........................

65, 70

Air filter ..........................................................240
Air intake ...................................................66, 69
Air vents ..........................................................62
Alarm .........................................................43, 52
Anti-lock braking  

system (ABS) ..............................................140

Anti-theft ...................................................

45, 47

Armrest, front ..................................................

72

Assistance call ......................................136, 255
Assistance, emergency  

braking ........................................................140

Audible warning ............................................136
Audio streaming (Bluetooth) ........ 286, 288, 335

Battery ...................................................214, 240
Battery, charging ........................................... 216
Battery, remote control .............................

46, 47

Blind ..............................................................133
BlueHDi .........................................................

175

Bluetooth (telephone) ............................314, 336
Bonnet ...........................................................234
Boot ...........................................................

50, 75

Brake discs .................................................... 241
Brake lamps ..................................................206
Brake pads .................................................... 241
Brake warning lamp ........................................22
Braking assistance system ...........................140
Bulbs (changing) ...........................................202

A

B

CarPlay connection.......................................

307

CD ................................................ 286, 332, 352
Central locking ..........................................43, 51
Changing a bulb ................................... 202, 206
Changing a fuse ............................................208
Changing a wheel .................................194, 195
Changing a wiper blade ........................129, 220
Changing the remote  

control battery...............................................46

Checking levels ......................................

237-239

Checking the engine oil level ..................

31, 237

Checking tyre pressures  

(using the kit) ......................................186, 193

Checks .................................................. 235-241
Child lock .......................................................169
Children (safety) .....................151, 153, 156-160
Child seats  ............................................161-168
Child seats, conventional .............................. 161
Child seats, ISOFIX ......................................

167

Cleaning (advice) ..........................................230
Closing the boot ..............................................50
Closing the doors ............................................48
Connected services ......................................298
Connection, Bluetooth ..................300, 314, 335
Connection, MirrorLink .................................302
Connection, Wi-Fi network ...........................300
Control, electric windows ................................54
Control, emergency boot release ...................50
Control, heated seats ......................................

57

Controls, at steering..................... 260, 329, 349
Control stalk, lighting ....................................

117

Control stalk, wipers .....................................

127

Coolant level .................................................238
Courtesy lamps ............................................. 131
Cover, load  

space ............................................................

77

Cruise control ........................................106, 108
Cup holder .......................................................

71

Audio system  

(radio) ..................................................

327, 347

Automatic illumination  

of headlamps .............................................. 118

Auxiliary socket ......................

73, 286, 333, 352

Cable, audio ................................. 286, 333, 352
Capacity, fuel tank ........................................

170

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Emergency warning lamps .....................

78, 135

Emissions control system, SCR .............

25, 175

Energy economy mode ................................. 219
Engine compartment ........................... 235, 236
Engine, Diesel .........

18, 173, 174, 236, 247, 249

Engine oil level indicator ...............................

237

Engine, petrol .......................

173, 235, 243, 245

Environment ..........

12, 46, 70, 98, 181, 214, 239

Filling the fuel tank ........................

170, 172, 173

Filter, particle ........................................239, 240
Fitting a wheel ...............................................199
Fitting roof bars .............................................230
Fittings, boot ...................................................

75

Fittings, interior .........................................

71, 72

Flap, fuel filler ........................................

170, 172

Flashing indicators ........................122, 135, 203
Foglamp, rear ................................

119, 206, 207

Foglamps, front ............................. 119, 125, 205
Folding/unfolding the door mirrors .................60
Frequency (radio) ......................... 282, 330, 350
Fuel..........................................................

12, 173

Fuel consumption ......................................12, 40
Fuel tank................................................

170, 172

Fusebox, dashboard ............................. 210, 212
Fusebox, engine compartment ..................... 213
Fuses .............................................................208

Gauge, fuel........................................

14, 15, 170

Gearbox, automatic ............ 12, 91, 95, 214, 241
Gearbox, electronic ....

12, 72, 84, 87, 100, 214, 241

Gearbox, manual ......................12, 83, 100, 241
Gear lever, automatic gearbox .......................91
Gear lever, electronic gearbox .................

84, 87

Gear lever, manual gearbox ...........................83
Gear shift indicator .........................................99
Glove box ........................................................

72

Grip control ...................................................143
Guide-me-home ..............................45, 122, 123

Identification plates .......................................253
Ignition switch .................................................80
Immobiliser, electronic ..............................

45, 47

Indicator, coolant temperature ........................33
Indicator, engine oil level ........................

31, 237

Indicator lamps, operation ........................16, 20

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DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) -  

Digital radio .................................................284

Date (setting) ...................................................42
Daytime running  

lamps .................................................. 118, 121

Daytime running  

lamps, LED ................................................. 121

Deactivating the passenger  

airbag ..................................................153, 158

Demisting/defrosting .......................................

70

Dials and  

gauges .................................................... 14, 15

Dimensions ...................................................252
Dipstick ....................................................

31, 237

Directional lighting ........................................125
Direction indicators .............. 122, 135, 203, 206
Display screen,  

instrument panel ..................................... 14, 15

Door pockets ...................................................

71

Doors ...............................................................48
Driving abroad............................................... 124
Driving economically....................................... 12
Dynamic stability  

control (DSC) ........................23, 140, 142, 143

D

EBA (Emergency braking assistance) ..........140
Eco-driving (advice) ........................................ 12
Economy mode ............................................. 219
Electronic brake force  

distribution (EBFD) .....................................140

Electronic gearbox ............................

84, 87, 241

Emergency call .....................................136, 254

Hazard warning lamps ............................

78, 135

Headlamps, automatic illumination ..............123
Headlamps ............................................

117, 203

Head restraints, front ......................................

57

Head restraints, rear .......................................59
Heating ................................................

64, 65, 67

Hill start assist ...............................................103

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Labels, identification .....................................253
LED daytime running lamps .........................204

Level, brake fluid ...........................................

237

Level, Diesel additive ....................................239
Level, engine coolant ..............................33, 238
Level, engine oil ......................................

31, 237

Levels and checks ................................ 235-239
Light-emitting diodes - LEDs ........................206
Lighting control stalk .....................................122
Lighting dimmer ............................................130
Lighting, guide-me home ................45, 122, 123
Lighting, interior ............................................ 131
Lighting, mood ..............................................132
Loading ...................................................12, 230
Load reduction mode .................................... 219
Locating your vehicle ......................................45
Locking ............................................................43
Locking the boot..............................................50
Low fuel level ..........................................

26, 170

Luggage retaining strap ..................................

75

Navigation .....................................................262
Net, high load retaining ...................................

76

Net, storage.....................................................

75

Number plate lamps ......................................

207

Oil filter ..........................................................240
Oil level..........................................................

237

Opening the bonnet ......................................234
Opening the boot ............................................50
Opening the doors ..........................................48
Opening the fuel filler flap .............................

170

Opening the roof blind ..................................133

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Keeping children safe ............151, 153, 156-160
Key with remote control ..................................43
Kit, hands-free ......................................314, 336
Kit, temporary puncture repair ..............183, 188

Maintenance (advice) ....................................230
Maintenance, routine ..............................12, 235
Map reading lamps ....................................... 131
Markings, identification .................................253
Mat ..................................................................

74

Menu (touch screen) ............261, 262, 264, 268, 

 276, 278, 280, 290, 292, 294, 310, 312

Mirror, rear view ..............................................61
Mirrors, door....................................................60
Misfuel prevention .........................................

172

Mountings, Isofix ...........................................165
MP3 CD .................................................332, 352

Indicators, direction ..................... 135, 203, 206
Inflating tyres ..........................................12, 253
Inflating tyres and accessories  

(using the kit) ......................................186, 193

Input, auxiliary ........................

73, 286, 333, 352

Instrument panels ..................................... 14, 15
Instrument panel screen ...............14, 15, 38, 99
Internet browser ............................................299
ISOFIX child seats ........................................

167

Isofix mountings ............................................165

Jack ...............................................................194
Jukebox .........................................................289
Jump starting ................................................ 215

J

O

P

Pads, brake ................................................... 241
Paint colour code ..........................................253
Panoramic glass sunroof ..............................133
Park Assist .................................................... 113
Parking brake .......................................... 82, 241
Parking lamps ...............................................122
Parking sensors, front ................................... 111
Parking sensors, rear.................................... 110
Passenger compartment filter ......................240

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Table of weights ....................................245, 249
Tables of engines ..................................

243, 247

Tables of fuses ..............................................208
Tank, fuel ...............................................

170, 172

Technical data ....................................... 243-249
Telephone .............................................310, 336
Temperature, coolant ......................................33

T

S

Selector, gear ..........................

83, 84, 87, 91, 95

Serial number, vehicle ..................................253
Service indicator .............................................28
Servicing ......................................................... 12
Settings ........................................ 290, 339, 354
Sidelamps .....................

117, 121, 122, 204, 206

Side repeater ................................................205
Snow chains ..........................................139, 201
Socket, 12 V accessory ..................................

72

Sockets, audio .......................

73, 286, 333, 352

Speed limiter .........................................104, 108
Starting the engine .........................................80
Starting using another battery ...................... 215
Station, radio ................................ 282, 330, 350
Stay, bonnet ..................................................234
Steering mounted controls,  

audio .......................................... 260, 329, 349

Steering wheel, adjustment ............................59
Stop & Start ........................

19, 40, 70, 100, 113, 

170, 214, 218, 234, 240

Storage ......................................................

71, 72

Stowing rings ..................................................

75

Switching off the engine .................................80
Synchronising the remote control ...................46

Reminder, lighting on ....................................120
Remote control ..........................................

43-47

Removing a wheel ........................................

197

Removing the mat ...........................................

74

Replacing bulbs ............................................202
Replacing fuses ............................................208
Replacing the air filter ...................................240
Replacing the oil filter ...................................240
Replacing the passenger compartment filter ....240
Resetting the service indicator .......................30
Resetting the trip recorder .............................. 41
Reversing camera ......................................... 112
Reversing lamp .....................................

206, 207

Risk areas (update) .......................................

273

Roof bars .......................................................230
Routine checks .....................................240, 241
Running out of fuel (Diesel) ..........................

174

Petrol .............................................................

173

PEUGEOT Connect Assistance ...................255
PEUGEOT Connect Packs ...........................255
PEUGEOT Connect SOS .............................254
Player, Apple

®

 ...................................... 288, 335

Player, MP3 CD ............................ 286, 332, 352
Port, USB .......................................

73, 286, 332

Pre-heater, Diesel ...........................................18
Pressures, tyres ............................................253
Pre-tensioning seat belts .............................. 151
Priming the fuel system ................................

174

Protecting children ................. 151, 153, 156-160
Puncture ........................................................183

Radio ............................................ 282, 330, 350
Radio, digital (Digital Audio  

Broadcasting - DAB) ...................................284

Range, AdBlue ..............................................

176

Range, fuel ......................................................40
RDS ...............................................283, 331, 350
Rear foglamp.................................

119, 206, 207

Rear screen, demisting ...................................

70

Recharging the battery ................................. 216
Recirculation, air .......................................66, 69
Reduction of electrical load .......................... 219
Regeneration of the particle filter .................240
Reinitialisation of the under-inflation  

detection system .........................................138

Reinitialising the remote control .....................46
Reminder, key in ignition .................................81

Safety, children ......................151, 153, 156-160
Screen, instrument panel ....................14, 15, 38
Screen menu map ...............

262, 264, 268, 276

278, 280, 290, 292, 294, 310, 312, 341, 355

Screenwash ..................................................126
Screenwash fluid level ..................................238
Screenwash, rear ..........................................

127

SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) ............

175

Seat belts ....................................... 149-151, 161
Seats, front ......................................................56
Seats, heated ..................................................

57

Seats, rear .......................................................58

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Under-inflation (detection) ....................

137, 187

Unlocking ........................................................43
Unlocking the boot ..........................................50
Updating risk areas .......................................

273

Updating the date ............................................42
Updating the time ............................................42
USB ................................................

73, 286, 332

Vehicle identification .....................................253
Ventilation ................................................. 62-64
Voice recognition .................................

303, 307

Warning and indicator lamps ....................

16-27

Warning lamp, braking system .......................22
Warning lamp, Diesel engine pre-heater ....... 18
Warning lamps ................................................21
Warning lamp, SCR emissions  

control system ..............................................25

Washing (advice)...........................................230
Weights .................................................245, 249
Wheel, spare .........................................194, 195
Window controls .............................................54
Wiper blades (changing) .......................129, 220
Wiper control stalk ........................................126
Wiper, rear.....................................................

127

Wipers, automatic rain sensitive ..... 19, 126, 128

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Third brake lamp ...........................................

207

Three flashes (direction indicators) ..............135
Time (setting) ..................................................42
TMC (Traffic info) ..........................................

274

Tools ......................................................194, 208
Total distance recorder ................................... 41
Touch screen.............................

34, 39, 139, 257

Touch screen (Menus) ..................................261
Towbar ...................................................223, 224
Towbar with quickly detachable towball .......225
Towed loads ..........................................245, 249
Towing another vehicle .................................222
Towing eye ....................................................221
Traction control (ASR) ............................23, 140
Traffic information (TA) .........................

275, 331

Traffic information (TMC) ..............................

274

Trailer ....................................................223, 224
Trajectory control systems ............................140
Triangle, warning.............................................

78

Trip computer ............................................ 38-40
Trip distance recorder ..................................... 41
Tyre pressures ..............................................253
Tyres ................................................................ 12
Tyre under-inflation detection ...............

137, 187

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